Thunder box

Thunder box is ETO Motors’ universal charging solution for smart electric vehicles. It is designed as a convenient, one-size-fits-all charging solution for electric vehicle owners and drivers.

What is an electric vehicle if it can’t be charged? Thunder box is our answer to the problem. It’s a quick, easy-to-install AC charger designed for logistics hubs, last-mile connectivity spaces, malls & more. As a smart charging point, the Thunder Box works on App-Enabled charging, allowing users to track charging progress & duration remotely, find charging points and ensures their vehicle is secure while it charges.

It is designed to fit on a single wall or post and can be installed in malls, shopping complexes, parking areas, at Kirana stores, residential projects & more at low-cost. The Thunder Box is also IP67 weatherproof and can also function as an additional source of income for charging point owners.

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Features

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AC Smart Charge Point

  • Highly Economical & Compact EV Charging
  • Easy to Install
  • Suited for All Weather Conditions
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Thunder box Benefits

  • Easy Installation
  • Additional Income
  • Brand Visibility
  • Happier Customers
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Support

  • Universal Vehicle Support – 2, 3 & 4 Wheelers
  • IoT Enabled
  • App-Based Remote Control
  • App-Based Location, Monitoring & Tracking

Unique Features

Technical Specifications

Description Specifications
Operating Voltage (AC) 220-240 V
Rated Current (Input) 16 Amps
Connecting Socket 16 Amp 3-Pin Socket
LED Display Colour Coding
Mechanical Protection IP 55 / IP 65 / IP 67
Electrical Protection Power Surge, Short-Circuit, Reverse Current
Connectivity Bluetooth
App Platform Android
Device Operation Mobile Application
Details Available In-App kWh, Charge Time
Device Geotagging On Google Maps
Max Load 3.3 KW

* Specifications are subject to change without prior to notice

How it works

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